Cincinnati Children’s is committed to being the leader in culturally competent, family-centered care. Our goal is to create an inclusive environment for patients, families, and employees, in which diverse views and backgrounds are considered and respected as we work together to pursue innovation and improve outcomes.
DiversityInc announced that Cincinnati Children’s took the fourth spot on the 2014 Top 10 Hospitals and Health Systems List. Our commitment to diversity, inclusion, and cultural competence is a strategic choice that benefits not only our community, suppliers, and workforce, but it helps to ensure an extraordinary patient family experience.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Cincinnati Children’s offers many networking opportunities, including employee resource groups. These groups were established to advocate for an environment that recognizes and values the personal and cultural differences of all people in order to pursue diversity in the workplace and beyond.
Resource groups include:
- AAPAC – African American Professional Advisory Council
- ACPG – Asian Cultural and Professional Group
- CCAP – Hispanic/Latino resource group
- EMBRACE – Adoptive and foster family resource group
- EQUAL – Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, allies (LGBTA) resource group
- VAMFAN – Veteran and Military Family Advocacy Network
- WFA – Women's Faculty Association
- YP – Young Professional group